Stena Troyer, a science specialist, shows off the new augmented reality sandbox on display at Harbor WildWatch’s Skansie Information and Interpretive Center in Gig Harbor. Harbor WildWatch will re-open the Skansie Visitor Interpretative Center on March 2 in a partnership with the city of Gig Harbor and support from visitor center volunteers.
Stena Troyer, a science specialist, shows off the new augmented reality sandbox on display at Harbor WildWatch’s Skansie Information and Interpretive Center in Gig Harbor. Harbor WildWatch will re-open the Skansie Visitor Interpretative Center on March 2 in a partnership with the city of Gig Harbor and support from visitor center volunteers. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Stena Troyer, a science specialist, shows off the new augmented reality sandbox on display at Harbor WildWatch’s Skansie Information and Interpretive Center in Gig Harbor. Harbor WildWatch will re-open the Skansie Visitor Interpretative Center on March 2 in a partnership with the city of Gig Harbor and support from visitor center volunteers. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Harbor WildWatch to re-open Skansie Visitor Interpretative Center with $25K Ben B. Cheney Foundation grant

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